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news. it is monday morning, august 15th, glad you're along with us this morning. i'm steve shanahan. >> and i'm alison moore. new this morning, a water-main break in upper marlboro has shut down the road in both directions between carol way and brentwood drive. wsoc crews on the scene trying to shut down the main. residents in were experiencing low water pressure. >>> and breaking news for rail riders to report, too. before we get to weather, water is causing trouble on the tracks. flooding near the braddock metro keeping trains from running between braddock road and the airport. right now shuttle buses are taking riders between the affected stations on the blue and yellow line. we understand hundreds of people in line at this moment at the braddock road station. >>> alison, great to have you back. now we're going to keep our distance. a little bit more of -- >> i'll this over there in a few minutes. >> i'll be waiting for you. >> welcome back, alison. hope you had a good vacation. returning to foggy conditions across portions of the area, lots of clouds and likely rainfall here and
street journal and editor. dan, and columnist mary ogradey and steve moore. mary annie, are we headed for another recession? >> i wish i knew. on the one side, you have a lot of talk about what glate shape corporate balance sheets are in. but the national fed federation of business. >> that is the small businesses. >> it declined for the fifth month in a row and 10 percent of the small business owners said that only 10 percent expected an increase in employment and 11 percent said they expected to have fewer workers over the next 3months. small business is such a key to the health of the economy that if the small business sector is so negative, it is not a good sign about the health of the recovery. >> steve comparison with 2008, are all over the place. are we better or worse off going into thoo recession? >> i don't think it is 2008 again. i believe what is happening with the u.s. economy is a repudiation of obama nomics. virtually everything that obama has done with the respect to the economy is negative in my opinion and led to more unemployment. this is a repudiation of the econom
. >> i'm steve chenevey. >> i'm sarah simmons. let's say good morning to tony perkins with the latest on the weather for us. it was definitely a drencher yesterday. >> yeah, depending on where you were, it certainly was yesterday afternoon and yesterday evening. that rain has moved out. we could see more rain develop here across the region later on today so you want to be aware of that. take the umbrella with you. let's check the current airport temperatures. steve is right, a little bit cooler behind the rainfall. temperatures in the 60s this morning. 69 at reagan national. 67 at dulles. because of the rain, there is a coastal flood advisory in effect for much of the region, all the counties you see this in blue. but what you want to be aware of is that coastal flood advisory in effect until noon for the tidal potomac and for the we were shore of the chesapeake bay with the winds blowing and the possibility of some more precipitation we could see highs about a foot higher than normal. here is a look at the latest satellite-radar. nothing happeni
debt for being such a good friend. to charles, to steve, you know, i worked at the "washington post," at cnn, i worked at npr. i worked at the hill. these guys are the best, and i am truly grateful to have you as my colleagues, so thank you, very much, and i wanted to -- [applause] also i wanted to say thank you to ed rogers, to shannon green and sheldon green who are here tonight and the hill who is here tonight. you know, steve's touched on this briefly, but there was a moment back then when i thought my career was over, and i thought that, you know, a career that took years to build in washington was going down the tubes fast, and today, many people thought, hey, we're going to a book signing, but, you know, you're here for a celebration. i don't know if they have celebrations at the end of the survivor tv shows, -- [laughter] but this is what it feels like to me. it's like i have my head back above the waves, and i'm standing. you can't get to that point without people who care about you, people who love you, and people who take you aside and tell you when you are wrong and how
and you know what yo have and then you can treat the with what you learned in the first half with steve and the goal of triage happens to be th motto of nert "do the most good for the most people" and if there is an earthquake right no and ceiling collapsed and 40 people in here, and if i'm the one rescuer coming to you and the first person is not breathing and no pulse, would you want me to stop and do cpr for this person before i reache you and what if there are 500 people behind that and do cpr and i just have to open an air way and all patients fall unde under -- and i'm going to use colors and green, walking wounded and anybody that walks. d for delayed or yellow meaning you're hurt but you're not hurt enough. you're not hurt but that no not that bad an. and d is dead. and dead is the easiest one to determine. and how do we determine whether someone is dead? they're not breathing, right an steve said that several times and how do we know someone is not breathing? we look, listen, and feel and open the air way and we look to see if the chest is rising and listen to feel air and how
republican party and steve hayes from the weekly standard. let me take you behind the scenes a little bit. we had to pretape the interview with michele bachmann about an hour ago and while it was running we found out some big news in this campaign and that is that tim pawlenty, the former governor of minnesota a guy who was a serious contender when the race started has decided to drop out of the campaign. he spent more than 4 45 days in iowa. more than 100 campaign appearances. finished a weak third in the iowa straw poll and within 12 hours he is out. bret, surprised? >> no, they put a lot of their eggs in the ames straw poll basket and this morning i'm told he said that because of ames there was not enough fuel in the car to keep going down the road. i saw governor pawlenty at the hotel this morning huddled with his advisors. it was a not a happy moment for them. i didn't want to go up and interrupt and ask questions. but i think they came to the conclusion that they couldn't go back to their donors and say this is a reality. after that showing, and he got fewer votes than sam brownback did
the years. here is one of the most distinguished national security advisers. steve also was the co-leader with bill. , with an assessment on a defense review. izturis at a time when we knew there were fiscal issues, but the deficit debate was far further from the november debate. what we would like to do this morning is began by posing some questions to each of the analysts. we have television coverage today. when we go to the crowd, please identify yourself. be specific about who you are addressing your question to. i want to begin -- i think a number of reasons, the broad perspective on this recent deal is important to understand, before we get into the specifics of what its implications might be or should be or should not be regarding the national security budget. if you could begin, alex, on the deal. a short explanation. even though there has been a lot overscussion, what happenes the next few months with the current deal? >> first, how did we get here? we got into this dreadful, awful, outrageous process with the debt ceiling, an artificial crisis, and no one concerned -- no
this video could easily have gotten caught in the crush. steve mitchell is with i understand you were originally supposed to be much closer to this stage. why, first of all, did you move back? >> well, it wasn't my choice. earlier in the day it was changed to a sound board shoot rather than -- rather than a pit shoot. that's kind of common in the industry, last-second changes might occur. fortunately for me it save made life and my fellow photographers. >> help us, steve to make sense of these images that you shot. what was going on in those first moments after the collapse? i mean, what was your reaction? >> well, we were standing at the sound board and actually looking down the track, we knew we were going to be hit by severe weather. obviously just expecting heavy rains. coming down, a dusty dirt track, there was something i had never seen before, the -- there was a big dust storm and it -- but it wasn't linear, it was almost circular, something i had never seen before. and actually, that's when it got about 30, 40 yards to us, there were a few photographers that actually
. steve handelsman joins us from capitol hill with the latest. hi steve. >> thanks. he's the incumbent and the economy is bad. but president obama's theme today, and it's sure to remain one of his top themes for the next 15 months of campaigning, was and will be "don't blame me." he came to the midwest on air force one, but the president took a bus, not a chopper. and showed up in cannon falls, minnesota without a tie. barack obama, back in campaign mode. >> i'm not here just to enjoy the nice weather. i'm here to enlist you in a fight. >> reporter: his beef is with republicans who he blamed for our near default in s&p downgrade. >> you've got to send a message to washington that it's time for the games to stop. >> reporter: but the debt ceiling fight drove the president's approval to an all-time low. 39% in yesterday's gallup tracking poll, back up to 41% today. he was at 51% approval on june 1st. mitt romney, rick perry and michele bachmann, three leading republican presidential candidates, are encouraged by the sudden obama slide. >> that is not because he's not campaigning. its bec
-washington sentiment into political advantage? two obama 2008 veterans are with us, steve, i want to go out to you first. the president is in the midwest. i want to walk over to the map. this one strikes me. watching where he is campaigning today, we talked about this on the program a couple of weeks ago. minnesota, iowa, illinois. he is in these rural areas of the country. it's largely white america, small town america. and the president campaigns all blue states last time, illinois is his home state. probably keep this one blue. these ones you would probably have to be a little questionable, especially iowa has been a swing state. 2008 he splits the white vote. 2011 a new pugh center study shows 52% to 39% for the republicans. that what this bus tour is about? trying to reconnect with white voters in small-town rural america? >> well, first off, john, he is not out there campaigning. he is out there as president. this is an official trip. i think it's important that he is out of washington. he'll be a better president the more time he spends outside of that city. i think it's great that he is ou
in the clock against the kansas city steves. a camp up tait and more coming up in sports,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,, >> ravens getting ready for kansas city. >> still on only the preseason, ravens practice, where jimmy smith and safety william ran with the first team defense. maybe it is a sign of roster perm nancy to come. this is a fairly active week of roster maneuvering. lee evans is productive and ricky williams walking a straight line these days, no longer a weed head. >> i think i respect the game more and i appreciate the game more than i did. but i am not 20 anymore, and so my priorities are a little different. but i appreciate the game, and i love the to compete, and i you know, i use my mind more than i use my body. but still the body is strong and i enjoy playing the game. >> ravens, kansas city here in baltimore. nick's 2-1 homer in the first. 2-0. and joe joe despite surrender thing homer to santiag ordinary care. we move ahead now 5-9. the birds were ahead in the top of the inning but tigers call it back to make it 8-5. here is the final pitch of the day, the pop u
by a very prominent democrat in the state of nevada, a very strong backer of harry reid, steve wynn, a very successful businessman. on a conference call with other business leaders, he really did the president and the democratic party for not being serious about creating jobs. indeed because spending and get your fiscal house in order in order to encourage business to get off the sidelines and start investing in creating jobs and growing their businesses. if they cannot do this because this administration's policies have been failures. it was remarkable in the way that he castigated the president. host: governor. accepted $17 billion in stimulus money to help balance his budget. nikki haley of south carolina has accepted federal spending dollar. governor haley barbour of mississippi has accepted stimulus money. is it fair to press the size the president when the states have except that the spending money? guest: that is an outstanding question and it will be held against them. is there some hypocrisy in it? i do think that on balance, conservative governors, whether rick perry or scott walk
free holiday. for more information log on to our website. steve rubin, it has been a wild night. >> a lot is going on. i have been tweakingtweeting all night. for the rush hour commute tomorrow morning, you should not run into any significant problems with rain. the heaviest of the rain is beginning to exit southeast d.c. moving into prince george's county, into marlboro. it is a slow-moving system. not only did we have the rain, but we have the strong wind gusts earlier today. our high was 85 degrees. that is two degrees below average for this time of year. we're holding at 70 degrees at the airport. 66 degrees in winchester, 60 degrees and culpeper and the flash flood watch has now been cancelled. we still have the flash flood warnings in effect. this one will go until 1:00 a.m. and a separate one hogs montgomery county into prince george's county. it rained heavy in the area. some of these cells took a long time to move out of here and a lot of thunder and lightning and a few severe thunderstorm warnings. fortunately, everything has canceled out -- canceled out. and the ligh
with all the republican front runners in the 2012 race for the white house. here's steve handelsman. >> reporter: he came to the midwest on air force one, but the president took a bus, not a chopper. and showed up in cannon falls, minnesota, without a tie. barack obama, back in campaign mode. >> i'm not here just to enjoy the nice weather. i'm here to enlist you in a fight. >> reporter: his beef is with republicans who he blamed for our near default and s&p downgrade. >> you've got to send a message to washington that it's time for the games to stop. >> reporter: but the debt ceiling fight drove the president's approval to an all-time low. 39% in yesterday's gallup tracking poll. back up to 41% today. he was at 51% approval on june 1st. mit mom rom me, rick perry and michele bachmann are encouraged by the sudden obama slide. >> that is not because he's not campaigning. it's because he's not leading. the american people need a president who will lead this economy back to vitality. >> reporter: romney campaigned in new hampshire, his strongest early primary state. rick perry was in io
from cnn london. i'm charles hobson. >>> very good afternoon from cnn hong kong. i'm andrew steve ens. welcome to world business today. the top stories this monday, august 15th. >> a sense of optimism returns to the markets for now. the german and french leaders meet on tuesday. what else lies ahead. >> where does the u.s. economy grow and how does it grow from here? two top economists give their take. >> there's a sign of strength in london's luxury property market like houses like this one in high demand. >> the rich are different. well, it is the start of a new week. after a wild ride of the past six trading sessions, investors in europe and asia have stealed themselves and plunged back into the market. most leading into -- the question on everyone's minds is whether we're in for a repeat performance of the enormous volatility we saw last week. it's going to be some things to watch today. one is a key meeting this week between nicolas sarkozy and his counterpart on tuesday. talks will focus on closer financial cooperation among the euro zone countries. pressure is mounting on this
is specifically for steve hadley. we've been talking of your report, and i think if a understood correctly one of the recommendations was to increase spending on the needy and i would like to understand more about that. why specifically the navy and not the other branches and then i have part b which is, currently we have been talking about some of the other sort of non-defense foreign spending in terms of whether it's democracy promotion or foreign aid or that kind of thing. can you help us understand what he would increase or decrease in that portion of foreign budget? >> the navy is all about asia and if you look at over the next ten years the united states has a huge interest as does the rest of the globe and what happens in asia. if you look the projections for economic growth over the next ten years and alice is the expert on this is all asia all the time at this point in time. you have the emergence everybody talks about the major emerging countries, china, brazil, india. i call them the major surgeon companies -- countries, and the integration of china into the global system is a very
day off. martha: you get one day off, steve. >> i had to rush back to town because the dow lost 600 points. we had motion sickness after the ups and downs. i think the economy is not in a recession but it's what's called a growth resection we're not generating the kind of growth. we're at 1 percent to 2 percent growth, which is just not enough to get the jobs back. you know, normally in a robust recovery that we would expect right now, we'd be seeing a 5 percent or 6 percent growth. so i think that's what has americans so frustrating -- frustrated, that we're not creating the jobs or gdp growth thatgen rains recovery. martha: you feel like you've lived through this a few times in your life and you kind of know what it feels like when it goes down and you say things will get better again and there's an underlying issue in this country that things may not get better, that this may not be the way it's been in the past, and i think that's an unnerving impact for the markets and it's certainly something that the politicians are seizing upon. gerri, your thoughts on that and then we'll go
am robert jordan in for steve sanders and i'm dina bair we welcome our viewers who are watching us around the country on wgn america and on the web ... when degusted up to 70 mi. per hour and the outdoor stage scaffolding collapsed on to some of the 12,000 people gathered for a concert headlined by the country group sugarland five people were killed including a chicago woman and a resident of northwest indiana and dozens more were injured indiana gov. mitch daniels called a freakish accident forecasters had predicted for at least two hours that a storm could hit the area when concertgoers and officials warned that severe weather was on the way ... >>the storm had first put the state fair closed for a day to focus on the investigation ... affair reopen this morning with a public memorial for five people killed in the stage collapsed hundreds of people turned out for this morning service at the state fair grounds flowers were presented and the names of some the five victims were read mourners also honor the dead and injured with the moment of silence and later sank amazing grace ...
"the view," joy behar who's been with herman steve for 29 years. i'm not getting married, there's no point, she got married on friday. the next day, sherri shepherd, co-host on "the view," she gets married to television writer lamar sally in her hometown of chicago. on top of that, brooke burke and who i think is one of the hottest women on the planet, "dancing with the stars," yes, she got married to david shar vet. sheaf been engaged for several years, have two kids together. she's married. tara reid, shockingly, stayed sober long enough to exchange vows with somebody. >> that's just mean. >> it would be funny if it. she got engaged to a danish businessman named michael. heather locklear, she got engaged to actor and singer jack wagner who you may remember from "melrose place." >> singing to her she's all he needs. they go to the same hairdresser. >> are you going to sing this song? >> i'm not going to sing anymore. i'm going to talk about pippa middleton's butt. >> let's discuss that, get into that. >> stop the train. that butt, that butt you see right there that got her so f
steve will hurl again on wednesday, not sure yet where. the p-nats are out of town. make back to harristown. stay tuned for. that. >>> a lot of ugly golf yesterday but jason dufner giving up the lead and keegan bradley taps in for the win. the last seven majors have been won by guys who previously had not won one. that's a quick look at sports. i'm dave owens. have a great monday, everybody. >>> howard will be back with the back-to-work forecast. >>> a gaithersburg man held in aruba after his date disappears. angie. >> the blue and yellow lines not running from bradick road to initial because of track flooding. a check of dc roads coming up. stay with us. what makes the sleep number store different? you walk into a conventional mattress store, it's really not about you. they say, "well, if you want a firm bed you can lay on one of those, if you want a soft bed you can lay on one of those." we provide the exact individualization that your body needs. this is your body there. you can see a little more pressure in the shoulders and in the hips. then they start telling us, "well y
. it is 6:00. good morning. thank you for waking up with fox 5 morning news. i'm steve chenevey. >> i'm sarah simmons. yesterday's storms left some drivers in montgomery county in this situation. this was the scene last night on frederick avenue in gaithersburg near the county fairground. a few power outages this morning. >>> pretty amazing and startling when you look at the video with people on touch their car with the water rushing around them -- on top of their car with the water rushing around them. >> we have a coastal flood advisory in effect for the tidal potomac. places like alexandria, georgetown, want to watch out for that. the rain could push some water onshore so it is a possibility. that is in effect until about noon. let's take a look at hd radar. nothing in the way of any rain here in the washington area. off to the east, we continue to see some rain showers across the eastern shore, ocean city, places like that get something shower activity right now and into delaware and then the heavy rain off the coast, thankfully off the coast. portions of the northeast saw heavy r
years old. former head of the national urban league, 76. steve briere, 73. queen elizabeth's only daughter, turning 52. >>> deborah messing is 43, and actor, ben affleck, 39, jonas brother, joe, turning 22 today, and mike buchanan is celebrating a birthday today as well. if it's yours, have a wonderful day. we will be right back. >>> welcome back to 9 news now. 5:44. howard bernstein is here. how was your weekend. >> pretty good. we had one of the pa jam ma days at my house. >> what? >> you never get out of them. >> we may need to do one of those mornings. shhhh. they may hear you. sometimes you have to place to go, nothing to do, why bother? >> or you're feeling terrific and you say why bother? >> it's monday, probably have to get out of the those and get morning. we start with the day planner, talking about clouds, sunshine, and temperatures getting close to that 80-degree mark here headed to the lunch hour into the low 80s. winds north to northwest at 5 to 10 miles an hour. then this afternoon, a better chances of more showers and storms popping up. 4:00, low 80s. by 8:00, stil
is bo. everyone's been calling me bo and another is steve bo. i got b dig ity and that is another alias. >> okay. >> and bolo and you can pick what you want to call me. and which is on the fold? that is bo. >> who is bo dig ity? that is when i'm going to the clubbing you know and go have me a little, you know. >> and some milk and water. something like that. >> well, my last question, you seem like such a nice guy. i can't, margin you flipping the switch. what is game day like for you? >> game day is focussing and thinking -- thinking about my responsibility and taking care of the field, pray to god and pray to my son the last game and hot it worry about anything going on and once that first play hits, i am focused. >> and we like yet. here with steven bowen, no longer steven bowen butbo dig ity. back to you. >> all right. and thank you. we wish them well coming up next weekend when they're taking on the indianapolis colts. >> and last weekend it was your pittsburgh steelers. >> go redskins. >> and i wish them well. was in sports studio and they have them going to the super bowl. >> the
's columnist steve pearlstein, he wrote this letter to corporate ceos, what started as a reasonable attempt at political rebalances turned into a jihad against all regulation, all taxes, and all government waged by right-wing zealots who want to privatize public schools, cut back on basic research in which your products are based, shut down regulatory agencies, and, of course, privatize the public infrastructure that supports your supplies and finished goods for them. this isn't a tactic to brush back government, it's a holy war to destroy it and one that's now out of your control. i agree. all my life have been surrounded by rms and democrats that don't like taxes, few people do. but this guy, rick perry, is out there selling it like religion. >> exactly, this is new. you saw the debate last night where all the republican candidates, and this is before perry got in, but i'm sure he would have been there too. >> there's the picture. >> all raised their hands. they wouldn't accept a ten to one deal, budget cuts to new revenue. i've never heard of such a thing and it's hard to imagine how you
and not passing it on to the next generation. >> here is the man to do it, steve pearlsteen, one of the smartest writers today. he said what started as a reasonable attempt at political reabout rebalancing turned into a jihad against all regulation, all taxes and all government waged by right wing zel ots that want to privatize schools that educate worksers, cut back on basic research on which products are based, shut down regulatory agency foes from skrupless competitors and tore them. thisust attacking a government, this is the holy war and one that's out of your control. i agree. all of my live life i have been surrounded by republicans and dt democrats that don't like taxes. not many people do. this guy, rick perry, is out there selling it like religion. >> exactly. this is new. you saw the debate last night where all of the republican candidates and this is before perry got in, but i'm sure he would have been -- >> there he is. there's the picture. all with their hands up, like, yeah. >> they wouldn't accept a 10-1 deal budget cuts to new revenue. that, and i've never heard of such a thing
-called hot spots are of particular interest to university of south florida researcher dr. steve murawski. >> we're conducting a study to see if there are elevated rates of fish disease. >> reporter: we caught up to him on the choppy waters 11 miles off the coast of pensacola, florida. because of the high waves we couldn't board his boat. >> what we're going to do is establish a baseline so, you know, even if we don't find any substantial pathology now, we can go back three, four years from now and see if, in fact, there were some slow time bombs going off. >> reporter: this is the first comprehensive study ever done on the health of fish in the gulf. during the six-week study, steve murawski will catch and examine more than 4,000 fish. >> it's going to be very important for this spill and the next oil spill that happens in the gulf because we veal this baseline. >> reporter: it's the bottom line that worries frank patty, owner of joe patty's fish market in pensacola, so he prominently displays where his fish were caught. >> we still customers wanting to know where the product comes from.
. >> and these are a name drop. i'm talking about michael dell, steve jobs, bill gates, none of these guys finished clej, but all of them represented run and create these multibillion dollar corporations. ralph lauren didn't go to college. virgin airline's richard branson, he didn't even finish high school. these people are huge exceptions to the rule. you have to remember for the rest of us, graduating college typically means bigger salaries and more job security. right now, the unemployment rate for people with bachelor's degrees or better is just 5%. that's half the rate for those without college degrees. but for those who didn't graduate high school, the unemployment rate is 13%. there you go. i kind of brought you back to reality. how do you like those pictures there, kyra, nice, huh? >> yeah. not bad. you know what else is nice? that rally that we saw when the markets opened. i haven't seen the numbers since we left. has it calmed down since last week? >> it has calmed down. we're still in the green. let's see if we can make it three in a row. we closed higher on thursday and friday. investors are
. >> members of congress are but not people who want to be president and by the way, clayton is in for steve today. good to see you and brian is back from his two week vacation. >> i'm playing the role of myself. >> all right. let's see how that goes. >> let's go out to iowa and some are saying now that it's a three-way race on the republican side for presidential candidates. you have michelle bachmann as the only female sandwiched between governor mitt romney formerly of massachusetts and governor rick perry who finally announced his presidency campaign on saturday. >> it's a governor-wich and not a manwich. governor tim pawlenty, former minnesota governor out assessing the field saying he's done and everybody is scrambling to get his handlers, everybody with staff members because they see it as a great infrastructure. also still in the race, former speaker newt gingrich, john huntsman, herman cain and ron paul in the race and santorum. >> you can't rule out sarah palin and rudy giuliani who have not made it clear what they're doing yet. every time you think they're not clearly going to b
, with the exception of doing something to address the foreclosure crisis. host: steve is a business owner from livingston, new jersey. talkr: i want tolk about the garment industry. is no manufacturing inrin manhattan. -- how are those jobs ever going to come back to america? host: what business do you have? caller: we live on the domestic side of the garment, which used to be a huge business in new york. today it is down to a minuscule business. there is absolutely very little manufacturing in garments. you can bring in a suit from china for $60. there is no possible way these jobs are ever coming back to america. it used to be a tremendous industry in america. host: is the garment industry ever coming back to the united states? guest: it is very hard to bring industries back at a certain point if it has been gone for a long time. that may be the case for the garment industry. simply by having the dollar and a juan aligned instead of the depreciation, you would see a different balance with china. more construction of our exports. consumer fewer of the chinese exports. china's export-led growt
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